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Using your teeth to open a beer bottle displays your skills and resourcefulness, except that it’s almost guaranteed to result in a trip to the dentist. Better to wield a piece of clever craftsmanship like this bottle opener. With a streamlined design, the opener has a built-in magnet that keeps caps from going flying and also lets you affix it to your fridge so it’s there when you need it.
This bottle opener works fine and is different, but it really is trying too hard and is completely unnecessary. Do I really need a new bottle opener? Kind of a worthless use of real estate in the monthly box.1
It's unique, not something you find attached to your key chain or a college carry-over. It's a bit of a conversation piece.1
I personally think that this is just a dumb product. A nail and a piece of wood?
The only thing it has going for it it that it is magnetic. Long gone are the days of fumbling with those dangerous bottle caps...
I could have made this myself - but I wouldn't have needed to, because I already own several fantastic bottle openers. I'm not trying to be snooty, but I have no use for a bottle opener that looks like a child's craft project or something re-purposed from a recycling bin.1
It works, but it wouldn't be the first bottle opener I use if I have a choice.1
This feels like a kitchy thing you'd get on Etsy, not something functional and well designed. Seems silly to even include this product.1
I don't see the purpose, the functionality is lacking, magnet wont stick to fridge very well, doesn't "catch" the bottle cap.
although this reminded of me of something from our summer hme growing up, it is not well made, poor magnets. I'll keep and use it on our patio but I certainly wouldn't buy one for 15 dollars.1
I have plenty of bottle openers. Concept was cool, but not worth the $151
not impressed for the prize you pay for this. although it was free in my box, would probably not buy one for a gift anytime soon. The concept is cool though.1